Camping near Bingara with fishing

From cruises and camping to fossicking—everything takes place by the riverside in Bingara.

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Fernlee

10 sites · RVs, Tents2000 acres · Ashford, NSW
Our stunning 2000 acre working Cattle property offers this beautiful private camping retreat right on the bank of the Severn River in the Ashford area. Our camping sites are located far enough from each other so that we can offer complete privacy during your stay where you will have no other campers around you for literally kilometers. You can see more of our property by searching 'River Camping Ashford Dan Proud'.Our part of the Severn River offers many large fishing holes with excellent fishing for Murray Cod, Yellow Belly and Catfish, we request that you only catch and release please. The river is also great for kayaking, swimming and boating and has very large areas of small rapids along river.Relax around the fire pit in the evenings and enjoy our beautiful sunsets and star gazing, in the mornings you can enjoy the sounds of the beautiful bird song. The area is abundant with wildlife, including native birds, platypus and koalas.We are also located only 10kms from Pindari Dam which is another great spot for all water based activities. We are 10kms from Pindari Adventure Park which is a great spot to take kids. We are 25kms from Macintyre Falls and the Kwiambal National Parks which has a number of beautiful walks you can enjoy. Ben Falls, Goat Rock, Reedy Creek Winery and Zappers Winery are all close by as well.Campers must stay within the designated camping area whilst on the property.We have provided a fire pit for your enjoyment and can arrange firewood to be available upon request. Campers must be fully self sufficient and take all waste with them on departure. 
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Pringy's Farm Balnagask

5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents190 acres · Moree, NSW
Our working farm is located near the town of Pallamallawa close to Moree. The camping area is a beautifully manicured grass area on the banks of the Mehi River which is part of the Murray Darling catchment. There is an abundance of wildlife and native birds on the river and around the property. You can relax around your campfire in the evening and enjoy some great star gazing. We offer animal spotting night tours and firewood bundles at a small additional cost- please see our extras at the time of booking. The farm also has plenty of novelty animals to see such as alpacas, donkeys, sheep, chooks, rabbits and much more. We are happy to introduce you to the animals, please just let your host know if you are interested. 1km down the road is access to the Gwydir River which has a boat ramp, access to water skiing, swimming, kayaking, canoeing and some excellent fishing. We are also 25km from the Moree artesian hot baths. Pets are welcome but must be on a leash at all times and campers must clean up after their pets. Campers must bring their own toilet with them.
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Glenmore Farm

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents3500 acres · Inverell, NSW
Welcome to Glenmore, a family owned 3500acre property in the beautiful Inverell region. We offer 2 well maintained campsites and a newly renovated house (The Old School House) for farm stay holiday rental. The perfect location to fully enjoy the peace and tranquility of the countryside. All sites are easily accessible by 4WD and suitable for tents, caravans or motorhomes. Both campsites and The Old School House have fire pits with complimentary wood for the first night stay. If the weather is windy we have custom made fire pits which can be installed. Additional wood bundles available for purchase upon request. Our beautiful property offers scenic bush and open grassland walking tracks to features like our waterfall and cliff top where you can enjoy expansive views of the property. Sundowner’s Hill, easily accessed from the Saw Mill campsite, is a rocky outcrop perfect for an afternoon vino whilst enjoying a spectacular sunset. We are pet friendly however we do have livestock on the property, therefore dogs etc must be well controlled at all times. Excellent fishing opportunities for Murray Cod available on dams near campsites however please catch and release. We will let you know designated fishing areas on your arrival. Bring your own kayak or canoe (life jackets) for a paddle on the main dam. All campers need to be fully self-sufficient regarding toilet and shower and take all waste away with them on departure. We look forward to meeting you and hope you enjoy your stay with us!
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Merridale

7 sites · RVs, Tents1850 acres · Bundarra, NSW
Our beautiful property is located near Inverell, featuring 1,850 acres of gently sloping farmland edged by mountains with beautiful eucalyptus bush. There is a big dam and yabbies in the creek. We have a range of fruit trees which you are welcome to help yourself to fruit when in season. The mountains have some amazing big boulders which you can view and climb when going for a hike. You have an option to camp at the shed where there is a generator for power (lighting) and toilet amenities. This area is generally flat and can accommodate any type of camping vehicle. There is a shed to provide shelter for your food prep etc. There is a sink under the awning but you will need to carry water in a container to wash dishes. Outside there is wood-burning BBQ the camping paddock is fully fenced in . For 4WD enthusiasts, there are good camping spots at the top of the mountain ridge (you will need to bring your own camping toilet/shower amenities)caution boggy when wet . You will need to bring your own fresh drinking water supply and unleaded fuel to run the water pump and generator. We have secure cattle yards as a holding space if holidaying with your horses (please see Extras for horse facility fees). Enjoy scenic horse rides around the valley and relax in front of the campfire by night. Dogs on leashes are welcome. There is no phone reception on site - you may get lucky with some on the big rocks above the dam. There is good reception up Reynolds Road. There is a pub in Bundarra where meals hospitality and spending time with the locals and a corner store 25km away at Bundarra, and all shops and amenities are available 75km at Inverell. - Inverell has the motor museum - 4wheel driving up Reynolds rd - Sapphires - Copeton dam where you can go fishing - Bring your metal detectors and can have some fun - Plenty of wild life and many different types birds the dam is a lake in its self with islands so bring your kayaks - You can book in as a large group
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New Valley Dreaming

6 sites · RVs, Tents2859 acres · New Valley, NSW
This cattle and sheep property in New Valley, half an hour south of Inverell, is raw and beautiful, with New Valley Creek running through it, swimming holes, and waterfalls. Newly laid trails make exploring the property easy, from valleys to hilltops. If you are looking for a natural wonderland, where you can enjoy Australian bush camping at its absolute best, this is it. The property is so spectacular, that parts of it have even been featured on TV's Farmer Wants a Wife. The terrain is rugged and hilly, but the host has created easy access to several excellent, grassy camping sites some exclusive to one group at a time, others around the large dam but still with plenty of space. They all have good road access for even 2WD, provided they have good clearance. The creek and rocks are stunning and will provide hours of fun. Fishing tours are run on the property at an extra cost, it is strictly catch and release and must discuss it beforehand with the host. We do not permit hunting as we want our guests to have and enjoy the tranquility and space. Please note, that our Farmer Wants a Wife site has a long-drop toilet and designated fire ring, however, our other sites are for completely self-contained campers only. If you are visiting during the shearing season, you are welcome to come and check it out for an insight into farm life! Pet friendly, but only small breeds, and must be kept on a lead at all times. Please discuss bringing your dog with the host before booking. Campfires are ok provided you BYO firepit, and they are kept small and manageable. There is plenty of fallen timber you are welcome to collect for firewood. Strictly no cutting down of trees. No campfires during fire bans, or when conditions are not favourable. Whilst fishing tours are possible on the property, you must discuss your interest with the host prior as there are important rules around this and is , it's strictly catch-and-release only. We do not allow hunting of any description so that our visitors can have a quiet and relaxing stay without interruptions. Just five minutes up the road is Green Valley Fun Park with a huge playground, jumping pillow, animal walkabout, museum and 18 hole mini putt. So plenty to keep kids entertained both on and off the property!
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Glenore

1 site · RV, Tent7 acres · Inverell, NSW
Glenore is 7 acres, with no close neighbours, where you can enjoy peace and quiet. We can supply power, water and access to an outside toilet. The property is close to the small town of Tingha with a chemist, Post Office, takeaway food, a pub and a petrol station. There is also a Sport and Recreation club open for dinner every Friday, along with options for golf and bowels. The larger township of Inverell is just 25km away and ideal for other supplies.
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Annalotte

1 site · RV, Tent3 acres · Bingara, NSW
This property offers access to open land, with no dwellings on site. Easy access to Halls Creek, with fire pit and BBQ available for use. Easy access to a solar pump-driven bore. Rubbish bins on site. You will be ensured almost complete privacy, being the last property on the road, surrounded by paddocks. The land is flat, grassed, with established citrus trees, and vegetable trees. Plenty of trees for shade. The town of Bingara offers many attractions, from swimming, to pubs and restaurants, fossicking, and horse riding. The host can also provide free range eggs on request.
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Allambie

2 sites · RVs, Tents2500 acres · Keera, NSW
Located an hour south of Inverell, our farm features beef and sheep grazing in the hills of North West Slopes of NSW. It’s an active operating farm so there’s always a lot to see going on in day to day activities. Here you will find acres and acres of rolling hills in a remote area, with spectacular views from the hill tops. So the thing to enjoy here is the fresh air, the bushwalking and the tranquility. Get off grid with no mobile service for a truly relaxing recharge and reviving break away. We have a lovely little waterfall you can walk into and spend some time at the rock pool. This is totally in a natural state. It's about enjoying the rawness of the land and its natural features. The native wildlife is abundant as are the deer and goats. Bird watching is a treat with many small species up to the majestic wedgetail. When visiting us at Allambie, you'll almost be taking a walk back in time. You will encounter a slice of life that has remained very much the same since settlement. If you’re a 4WD drive enthusiast you will enjoy camping 'out the back' on the creek. There are 2 main creeks through Allambie and both feed into the Gwydir River, we can direct you to some great fishing spots on the river for a day out. Canoeing, kayaking, boating are all popular activities on the river and we are 20 mins to Copeton Dam. Situated on a running gully/creek and within 800 metres walking distance to the main homestead, the campsite is in open view and safe for small vans, trucks and campers etc. We recommend 4WDs to access the campsite. Please message us if you’re unsure about your vehicle. We welcome self-contained campers who bring their own camping toilet/shower, and drinking water. You must have your own amenities. Campfires are permitted outside of fireban season. Surrounded by hills and a working farm there is much to see and do. Lots of wildlife fauna and flora to take in along with the domestic operations of cattle, goats, sheep and horses. If you're looking for a quiet place "Allambie's" traditional name meaning, then this is it. Off grid, no mains power, peace and quiet on a self-sustaining farm. Bush walking, bird watching, hiking, cycling if you're fit,...there's incredible views from the hill tops.
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Camping near Bingara with fishing guide

Overview

Amid the forested valleys of the New England Tablelands, Bingara is famous for gold and diamond mining. Discover the gold rush heritage as you explore Fossickers Way, visit an old gold mine, and try gold panning along the creek. Because the town is surrounded by mountains and bushlands, you can also take a boat cruise or kayaking excursion along the Gwydir River, go bushwalking or horse riding, or enjoy a picnic by the waterside. There’s a choice of free camping grounds and caravan parks along the river.

Where to go

Along the Gwydir River

The Gwydir River flows east of Bingara to Copeton Lake. Paddle along the river in a canoe, enjoy fishing and bird-watching along the waterfront or go white water rafting during the summer months. Campers can pitch or park by the lakeside and enjoy water sports such as powerboating, water-skiing, and wakeboarding. 

Horton Valley

South of Bingara, the Horton Valley has riverside walks and picnic spots, as well as great fishing. Visit the town of Upper Horton to soak up the atmosphere of a traditional Aussie country town and, if you can, time your visit for the annual New Year’s Eve Rodeo, one of the region’s most famous events.

Mount Kaputar

An hour’s drive west of Bingara, the craggy peaks and ancient lava terraces of the Mount Kaputar National Park provide a dramatic backdrop for outdoor activities. Hike to natural wonders such as Sawn Rocks and Lindsay Rock Tops, explore rugged mountain trails by bike or horseback, and stay at quiet bush campgrounds. Along the way, stop at the Rocky Creek Glacial Area, where you can cool off with a dip in the rock pools.  

When to go

Bingara rarely gets overcrowded, and mild year-round weather means that outdoor activities are always on the menu. Wrap up warm if you’re heading into the mountains, as temperatures can be up to 10°C cooler than the valleys, even in summer. Springtime is particularly scenic, when wildflowers bloom along the riverfront, while winter visitors should come for the Orange Festival in July.  

Know before you go

  • Bingara has bus links to the surrounding towns, but you’ll need your own vehicle to explore the tablelands.
  • Bingara has a small selection of shops where you can pick up camping gear and stock up on supplies.
  • A permit is required to camp within NSW’s national parks, and campsites must be booked in advance.

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